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                                                                        Bunny FAQ

Hey there! If you're looking for a wonderful pet, you should totally consider adopting a bunny!
They're super affectionate, playful, and love to be brushed and played with. Just make sure you have a big enough space for them to run around and get exercise.
Buns need a good sized indoor pen that has plenty of room for them, food, toys and a litter box. Bunnies do require care that is different from other pets - read more here.


At Hunter Hollow, we make sure every bunny is fully vaccinated and spayed or neutered before they go home with you. Our adoption fee is $175 per bunny, which covers all their medical care (including spay or neuter) and vaccinations.

Bunnies are generally healthy and have lifespans of 8-12 years. There is only one recommended vaccine for buns, the Rabbit Hemorrhagic Viral Disease 2 immunization. RHDV2 is uniformly fatal and has been detected in the US. EVERY bunny adopted through Hunter Hollow has been fully immunized against RHDV2. 

Bunnies need a balanced diet to stay healthy and happy. Make sure to provide them with plenty of hay, rabbit pellets, fresh greens, and clean water. Treats like fruits and carrots can be given occasionally, but in small portions.

Buns are litter trained - we use and recommend hardwood or pine pellets. They are safe and inexpensive.

Bunnies chew! So, it's important to keep an eye on their teeth (so they don't overgrow) and give them plenty of toys and things to chew.

Everybunny adopted from Hunter Hollow is spayed or neutered before going home. Spay or neuter helps to minimize behavioral issues, health issues, and of course prevents reproduction.

Bunnies need lots of enrichment activities! They are actually very intelligent animals and they need toys to keep their minds active. Rabbits need toys they can chew, throw around, pull on, and dig into. And they like to use puzzle toys, so they can use their natural foraging instincts to figure out how to get at the treats. You can even teach your bun tricks!

Every bun adopted from Hunter Hollow remains close to our hearts. We're available for questions and consultations. We provide limited boarding for times you travel and insist that you return the bun to Hunter Hollow if you feel the adoption does not work out. There is no cash refund if you return your bunny. You must also pledge to NEVER let the bunny "go". Domestic rabbits do not have survival skills and will perish in the wild.

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